Chinese calligraphy is a kind of expressive art, which leaves behind signs of ingenious combination of Chinese brush and ink on Xuan paper, and forms black and white composition on paper. The art of calligraphy has its own rules. It focuses on how to hold brush, wield wrist, and use brush and ink, character structure, balance, rhyme and so on. In these visual images, the ever-changing point and line will be freely combined on paper, and presents endless artistic charm. Chinese traditional calligraphy has various categories, and there are five main categories: Xing (semi-cursive), Cao(cursive), Zhuan(seal), Li(clerical), and Kai(regular).